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THE CHANCERY SUIT.

THE CHANCERY SUIT.

THE CII ANCERY SUIT. ALTnOU0OH ive have not as yet received any lOPlY to inquiries forwarded by us to Dublin, relative to the new informnations applied for by Mr. Jellett in the lolls Court, oal Tuesday, wve find from othOL scorces that t hese informations 7tare been filed agains
14 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SERMON TO-MORROW. r 1iE REV. JOHN Y. RUTLEDGE, A.M., t (Follow of Trinity Colloge, Dublin) will proach, God willing, in the PARISH CIIURCII, 13,LFAST, on SUNDAY (To-Morrlow). After the Sermonl, a COLLECTI'ON will be madle to assist in paying off the debt diue on St. Paul's Church
14 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

1 BY ImAGNEIC TEU|LE THE ALEERICAN DIFFICtiLTy. The Globe in a leading article throws doubts upon 0 statements of a morning paper in reference to the AmorDsr question, respecting which an OXplSnation will i bab'tity, be given ia parliament thie (Friday) pen ro. FRANCE. The tumour
14 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£l9 12 7 £l3 16 6 £lO 17 0 INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

£l9 12 7 £l3 16 6 £lO 17 0 INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

FINAL NOTICE CLAIMANTS. the Matter of the Estate of Powell Foxall, Owner; Ex-parte liill Irvine, Petitioner. ALL Parties interested , are hereby required to take Notice, that the Commissioners HAVE SOLD the Lands of Clonlum, otherwise Clonlon, otherwise Cloc- gerline, otherwise
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT,

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT,

SALE ON FKIDAY, the 27th day of JUNE, 1856. COUNTIES OF GALWAY AND WEXFOUU. In the Matter of rpHE Commissioners for the Estate of the Sale of Incumbered Horatio William Kochfort, Estates Ireland will, Esq FRIDAY, the 27th day of Owner- JUNE next, at the hour John Downes Kochfort
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOSIERY! HOSIERY!! ygntßT lIS*

HOSIERY! HOSIERY!! ygntßT lIS*

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14 June 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
B DEPABTMBNT.

B DEPABTMBNT.

DEPABTMBNT. Per Lb-7a. lOd QoM Ceylon TKA& Clean Cowbod Coat 9ma« blaekiah leaf Fawcett and Co.'a Noted Congeo Tea .. The Tea la admirably adapted for all tart* conaCmert. It only reqalrea to known to appreciated and atantoelp need. _ . F. and Oo.*a Family Tea f Ftoado. F. and Co
14 June 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE yABTICULAKS. to let tomtaaMo 1—««, mod from ymr yoor. ot BMdonuo footo. Caantv of Tlbbotbiy LOTS Ito 14, Bad

DESCRIPTIVE yABTICULAKS. to let tomtaaMo 1—««, mod from ymr yoor. ot BMdonuo footo. Caantv of Tlbbotbiy LOTS Ito 14, Bad

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14 June 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BO&ED AND LODGING FOE CHILDREN—KINQS- THE ell USD Om Two Children will hw Ukm • unAd Mahroa, tho Sm Sldw

BO&ED AND LODGING FOE CHILDREN—KINQS- THE ell USD Om Two Children will hw Ukm • unAd Mahroa, tho Sm Sldw

onr Kiagotown. Tacbm moderate* For poniraten, oddno* Z. 0. CCn thi* P»#«*
14 June 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•T MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. IMPERIAL PAULI AM BUT. HOUSE OE LORDS— Yest«iu>at. The House met 5 o'clock. Lord Donoofhmore inquired as

•T MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. IMPERIAL PAULI AM BUT. HOUSE OE LORDS— Yest«iu>at. The House met 5 o'clock. Lord Donoofhmore inquired as

to the intention of the government aith regard diKemhodiemeot of the Irish militia, and expressed hope that it would not take place till harvest operations commenced. Of the 17,000 comprising the Irish militia it was probable that if dis embodied the present time that 10,000 wou
14 June 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland